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Sanders releases 16 trillion Dollar ‘Green New Deal’ to plan, he promises to pay for itself’

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Democratic 2020 hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders on Thursday released his plan for a Green New Deal – the promise that the multi-trillion-dollar plan for a fundamental Reform of the economy, and the combating of climate change “pay for itself” in the course of the next 15 years.

“As President, Bernie Sanders, the decade of the Green New Deal, a ten-year, Federal government launches wide mobilization around justice and equality, while the climate will change in almost every area of policy, to act on immigration, foreign policy and beyond,” his campaign said in a press release.

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The Vermont senator has long been an advocate for the Green New Deal, but only this year it has become a Central policy for many of those looking for the democratic nomination for President. This year, it is a ” big push in Congress, when Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, and Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., introduced a formal resolution – the stalling in the Senate, but drew the support of a number of 2020 to stay.

All versions of such plans went beyond the direct energy-related measures, instead of searching on the Reform of the economy and the society as a whole. Sanders’ plan is no different, and promised that he will “generate the necessary political will for a wholesale transformation of our society,” and proposes $16.3 trillion in public investment.

In addition to the promises, which reach belong, 100 percent renewable energy by 2030 and for decarbonisation to 2050, and the termination of unemployment through the creation of 20 million “good paying” jobs tied to clean energy, Sanders claims that he families save money with a variety of measures-including the introduction of universal high-speed Internet, weatherizing homes, building new public transportation and the rebuilding of America’s infrastructure.

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Under those commitments, a $681 billion program for families and small businesses in the old vehicles with newer, more energy-efficient motors – act, a souped-up version of the Obama-era “cash for clunkers” program.

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He also promises “justice for frontline communities”, which is about a $40 billion “climate-justice-Resiliency Fund”, as well as an additional $200 billion for the Green climate Fund. The plan also promises support for the “climate justice movement” to take on the fossil fuel industry and other polluters and to “lead the world in solving the climate crisis.”

In a nod to the social justice part of the plan, he says that the deal was an “opportunity to uproot historical injustices and inequalities, to promote social, racial and economic justice, including the elimination of the exclusion of black, brown, native American and other disadvantaged communities from the programs from the original New Deal.”

But the White house hopeful also promises that the plan will pay for itself over 16 years of age, say experts evaluated the plan and its economic impact. After the campaign, the revenue will be generated through a variety of measures, including the fossil fuel industry hit with fees, litigation and taxes, and generate revenue from the sale of energy.

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Other sources of income or savings tax expenditures are revenue from the planned 20 million jobs, higher taxes for the wealthy, lower military and a reduced need for social spending “through the creation of millions of well-paid, unionized jobs.”

Such a plan is unlikely to be any Republican support-and would almost certainly rely entirely on the Democrats, with strong majorities in both the house and Senate should Sanders wins the nomination and the presidency.

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